In the past, I have written reviews of several different website tester/usability companies that will pay you a little here and there to participate in website usability tests. If you’ve ever read through any of these reviews, you’ve probably seen that most of those companies require you to have a webcam and/or microphone. If you do not have these things but would still like to participate in usability testing and get paid, you should register with Enroll.
What exactly is Enroll?
Taken from the website …
Enroll lets you take quick tests to help make the web a better place for everyone. Help companies decide which logo is better, clarify content or simply complete tasks on a web site or app to ensure the interaction makes sense. Anyone can do it!
I signed up for Enroll about a month ago after reading the review posted by WAH Adventures about the app. It sounded like a fun, easy way to make a little extra money here and there. I got a test invitation to my inbox the other day and made a quick ten cents, and all I had to do was answer one question. I got another test invitation in the middle of the night the other night and tried to claim it as soon as I woke up, but unfortunately they already had all the responses they needed for that particular test. So this looks like it’s very much a first come, first serve thing. And this is true of all website usability testing companies.
I realize ten cents isn’t much, but other people have reported getting tests that pay more.
How and when does Enroll pay?
Enroll pays once per month and you only need $1 in your account to get a payout, so it should be pretty easy to see something from them every single month provided you get enough tests. Paypal is the only method of payment they use.
Who can sign up?
You must be at least 13 years old to sign up. I am thinking this one is open worldwide because I looked through the terms and did not see anything about countries.
How do you sign up?
Go here to register. Please let me know about your experience with Enroll if you have it.